Wellbeing

Interview with Wharton alum Due Quach on Supporting First Generation Collegians with Calm Clarity

Type of News Item: 
Interview
Title of News Item: 
Interview with Wharton alum Due Quach on Supporting First Generation Collegians with Calm Clarity
Source: 
Work and Life Podcast

Susan David on Becoming Emotionally Agile

Type of News Item: 
Interview
Title of News Item: 
Susan David on Becoming Emotionally Agile
Source: 
Work and Life Podcast

Interview with Leah Weiss -- How We Work

Type of News Item: 
Interview
Title of News Item: 
Interview with Leah Weiss -- How We Work
Source: 
Work and Life Podcast

Working Anywhere, Anytime: Work Flexibility from a Management and an Occupational Health Perspective

Type of News Item: 
Call for Papers
Title of News Item: 
Working Anywhere, Anytime: Work Flexibility from a Management and an Occupational Health Perspective
Source: 
EAWOP Small Group Meeting

EAWOP Small Group Meeting

What We Can Learn about Resilience from Female Leaders of the UN

Type of News Item: 
Blog
Title of News Item: 
What We Can Learn about Resilience from Female Leaders of the UN
Source: 
Harvard Business Review
Name/Organization of Person Posting (optional): 
Monique Valcour

Mental Responses During Emergencies

Type of News Item: 
Infographic
Title of News Item: 
Mental Responses During Emergencies
Source: 
Eastern Kentucky University

Since elementary school, children are taught how to respond to emergencies like earthquakes and fires. The primary goal of these drills is to help create an easy to remember yet life-saving physical responses in case of a dire situation.

How Hospitals Can Improve the Health of Whole Communities

Type of News Item: 
Infographic
Title of News Item: 
How Hospitals Can Improve the Health of Whole Communities
Source: 
Adventist University of Health Sciences

Health facilities play a vital role in enhancing the wellbeing of the populations they serve. Some of the strategies hospitals use to achieve this goal include community outreach programs and liaising with local stakeholders such as religious institutions, non-profits, and running health programs that specifically cater to the vulnerable populations.

The Six-Hour Workday

Type of News Item: 
Infographic
Title of News Item: 
The Six-Hour Workday
Source: 
Ohio University

For today’s workers, there is hope that a disruption in workday hours may be on the horizon. According to research, the average worker is productive for almost three hours when committed to an 8-hour day. A wide variety of unproductive activities disrupt workers’ concentration levels. These include smoking breaks, visiting social media sites, making food at work, eating, reading news websites, searching for jobs and more.

The Role of Integrative Care in Advancing the Science of Patient-Centered Care

Type of News Item: 
Infographic
Title of News Item: 
The Role of Integrative Care in Advancing the Science of Patient-Centered Care
Source: 
Bradley University

According to Global Health Advances in Health and Medicine, integrative medicine is a care approach that puts the patient at the center and addresses the full range of physical, emotional, mental, social, spiritual and environmental influences that affect a person’s health.

Monica Worline Talks with Stew Friedman about Awakening Compassion at Work

Type of News Item: 
Interview
Title of News Item: 
Monica Worline Talks with Stew Friedman about Awakening Compassion at Work
Source: 
Work and Life Podcast
Syndicate content